Visit the many different historical monuments that are scattered around the island like a treasure hunt. They are full of history and details that you will be astonished how well preserved these monuments are. Check out the full list of monuments.
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This site is full of history from over the hundreds of years of import and export of the sugar and rum trade. A really rich culture full of original artifacts still in it’s natural state.
beauport le pays de la canne, port louis, guadeloupe
This is particularly interesting for Rums & Punchs, because in Guadeloupe taxes are much lower than Metropolitan France, prices are much lower
Domaine de Séverin, Sainte-Rose, guadeloupe
Marie-France Blandin-Casalan, mistress of the place and historian of the arts, today presents the dwelling Bouvier to the visitors. The house is a real jewel of the historical and tourist heritage of Guadeloupe.
Habitation bouvier ,Saint louis, balif, guadeloupe
Suitable both for visitors wishing to stroll at their own pace and those seeking more knowledge, La Grivelière offers a journey in the heart of the Creole garden and discover the knowledge and know-how related to coffee and cocoa.
habitation la griveliere, vieux habitants, guadeloupe
The house La Lise is a sugar farm located at a place called Pigeon in Bouillante Basse-Terre in the department of Guadeloupe in France. Founded in 1667
habitation la lise, bouillante, guadeloupe
The Galion Bridge is a bridge overlooking the Galion River located near the Fort Delgrès in the town of Basse-Terre. It is located by the D25. The bridge was registered as a historic monument by decree of March 6, 1979
Pont sur le galion, basse terre, guadeloupe
The Basse-Terre courthouse is an architectural building located in the city of Basse-Terre. Built in 1934 to become the seat of the courts of justice (public prosecutor’s office, court of appeal and court house), it has been classified as a historical monument since 1997.
tribunal de grande instance, basse terre, guadeloupe
The palace of the General Council is an architectural ensemble located in the city of Basse-Terre. Built in 1935 to become the headquarters of the General Council of Guadeloupe, it has been classified as a historical monument since 1997.
conseil regional, basse terre, guadeloupe
The Saint-Antoine monastery is a former charitable institution located in Basse-Terre. Founded in 1897 in front of Notre-Dame-de-Guadeloupe Cathedral at , rue de l’Historien-Lacour, it is listed as a historical monument since 2007
monastère , basse terre, guadeloupe
Matis House is a building currently located at number 52 (or 256) Amédée-Fengarol Street at the corner of Bossant Street in Basse-Terre. Built around 1770, it is one of the oldest buildings in the city and on the island. It was listed as a historical monument in 2008.
256, rue Amédée-Fengarol, basse terre
Auguste Lacour, the house of this Guadeloupian historian, built of wood she had a water reserve located at the rear of the house. Tanks allowing the city to be supplied with water.
maison Lacour, basse terre, guadeloupe
The Coquille House or House Turlet is a building located at No. 4 Rue du Nègre-Sans-Peur in Basse-Terre. Built in the late eighteenth century, it is one of the oldest buildings in the city and the archipelago. It was listed as a historical monument in 1987 and classified in 1990.
4, rue Léonard, basste terre, guadeloupe
The house Liensol is a building located rue de la Republique in Basse-Terre. Built in the late eighteenth century, it is one of the oldest buildings in the city and the island. It was listed as a historical monument in 2002
Rue de la République, basse terre, guadeloupe
Chapp House is a building located at No. 42, Cours Nolivos in Basse-Terre. Built in the late eighteenth century, it is one of the oldest buildings in the city and the island, and was listed as a historic monument on February 2 1987.
42 cours Nolivos, basse terre, guadeloupe
The high school Gerville-Reaache is a school located in the town of Basse-Terre in Guadeloupe, named after the Guadeloupean politician, Gaston Gerville-Reaache. It is registered as a historical monument since January 15, 1979
Lycée Gerville-Réache, basste terre, guadeloupe
The building was built between 1932 and 1935 under the direction of Ali-Georges Tur, architect of the Ministry of the colonies, to serve as residence to the governor of Guadeloupe
prefecture, basse terre, guadeloupe
With a capacity of 20,000 kg, the cooler was built between 1829 and 1833 by Piollet, Poulain, Pedemonte and Picard. “Built with care in masonry, with vaults of stone, its shape is octagonal inside and irregular outside, because of the staircase and a forearm built outside,” to store ice imported by boat from the United States.
Rue la Herminie, basse terre, guadeloupe
The Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel church is a Catholic church located in Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe. The building is classified as historical monuments by order on 20 April 2006
Église Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel de Basse-Terre
In 1650, Charles Houël, then governor, lord and owner of Guadeloupe, built a fortified house on a hill overlooking the town of Basse-Terre, capital of the island at that time. This building is a secure place but especially the symbol of its power over the population. It bears the name of Fort Saint-Charles
fort delgres, guadeloupe